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that is not related to what happened in newtown. the brand new senator elect is chris murphy. the mayor of newark, new jersey is going to be joining us in just a moment. as is the police chief from oak creek wisconsin where that mass shooting occurred this past august. that is all coming up this hour. but, in order to understand one important element of the response to newtown, in order to try to get a handle on the range of possible outcomes here, as we try to make decisions as a country as to whether we are going to change as a country because of this massacre and because of the national heartbreak it has caused, to try to get at that very big question, there is a very narrow discussion to be had about a piece of new technology. this is something called a 3d printer. anybody can become a small-scale manufacturer of anything. all you have to do is down load a computer file or create a computer file that has the specifications for the shape of a thing that you would like to build. you do have a limited range of the material that your 3d printer can make something out of, that you have programmed it to
. history proves that change is the only thing that is inevitable. joining us now is the mayor of newark, new jersey, my friend, corey booker. he's also the member of the coalition of mayors against guns. >> so great to have you. we've had this conversation before and i'm glad to be back. >> yeah, we've had this conversation in our personal lives but we have this conversation in public whenever there is another horrible incident like this. how much do you think national -- the sense of national calamity and heart ache changes what is politically feasible right now? >> i think it changes it dramatically. i just want to point out that this is a gut wrenching tragedy. but every single day, we have 30 people that are murdered by gunfire. countless others that remain wounded, paralyzed by guns. i see it on the front lines in my cities and other cities across america. the urgen sill is there. and now, hopefully, more people are seeing if you don't solve this problem, it's going to continue to pop up around our country. and this is the beauty of it in my opinion. this is almost the elegance of
delays. gabe gutierrez is in atlanta. you're watching the entire country and newark, one of the spots. >> reporter: that's right, richard. it's not too bad in atlanta right now. it's actually moving around pretty well. certainly nothing like a widespread cancellation that we saw on thursday and friday, but as you mentioned there are minor headaches up in the northeast. wind is proving to be a problem in newark right now. we are told there is an average of 45-minute delay there due to wind and wind also delayed flights in washington earlier today. washington dulles, and it was a problem there and we are told that started to clear up and in the midwest, kansas city had long lines, as well and out west, rain slowed down some of the air traffic and san francisco this morning. a lot of people that were paying attention to the weather reports said nearly one in four americans will travel in the next few days and they'll be taking advantage of the longer break with christmas and new year's both falling on a tuesday this year. back here in atlanta, travelers here are thankful that it is not q
christie's future? >> re-election looks quite probable, to the point where the mayor of newark, seen as his principal opponent, has decided to look in other venues to pursue his own political future. he recorded the highest favorable job rating ever found in any governor of new jersey after his handling of sandy. >> did that natural disaster and the reaction of governor christie and the reaching out to the president -- did that help president obama? >> it certainly did. i do not think it was decisive. if the election had been held a week earlier and you look at the polls, and to was a lot closer. i think obama would have won, but it would not have been an electoral landslide. i think his 2.8% advantage in the popular vote probably would have been a pointless. people ask how important obama's reaction, handling of sandy was, 9% said it was the most important issue. i think 18% said it was one of the most important issues. a very high number. if you look at the trajectory of the polls, it clearly had an effect, but i do not think it was a decisive effect. i think the roots of the defeat of ro
. light showers in san carlos. shelby lane on the east bay, newark seeing light returns, hang on to umbrellas, scattered showersb)ha., heaviest rain tomorrow morning with a chance of thunder. there is a fast moving system. dry christmas eve, christmas day, afternoon rain is arriving. >> perfect, thank you. >> that is this edition of abc 7 news at 6:00. >> from everyone here, have a great night. >> wecneu appreciate your time. see you again at 9:00 and 11:00. this is "jeopardy!" here are today's contestants -- a recent college graduate originally from charleston, west virginia... ...a bookseller from moorpark, california... ...and our returning champion, a real-estate agent from sunnyside, new york... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. hi, everyone. sometimes in final jeopardy!, a player will take a big risk, make a large wager, and it pays off, and that's the case for mike wallace on yesterday's show. 's above the average. chrisanne and jessica, good luck. thatre we go -- the jeopar. categories are as follows. that sounds like fun. alex
households belongs to this man. he's the mayor of newark, new jersey. and corey booker has decided to find out firsthand what it's like to live on food stamps. and get this, it happened because of twitter.have to use se in keeping the denture clean. dentures are very different to real teeth. they're about 10 times softer and may have surface pores where bacteria can multiply. polident is designed to clean dentures daily. its unique micro-clean formula kills 99.9% of odor causing bacteria and helps dissolve stains, cleaning in a better way than brushing with toothpaste. that's why i recommend using polident. [ male announcer ] polident. cleaner, fresher, brighter every day. yep. the longer you stay with us, the more you save. and when you switch from another company to us, we even reward you for the time you spent there. genius. yeah, genius. you guys must have your own loyalty program, right? well, we have something. show her, tom. huh? you should see november! oh, yeah? giving you more. now that's progressive. call or click today. capella university understands back from rough economic ti
, and actually newark airport international and also across the jfk airport. so again delays out there and some of those are actually over an hour, and we have snow showers but only, the accumulation is pretty much over with, across forces of the northeast and it is a bit of an acquired day and the plains and the midwest and the southeast, and, as we head westbound, a lot of systems rolled through over the last several days and again today, another system producing rain, winds, and feet of snow across parts of the sierra nevadas, and, heavy snow, portions of california and oregon and you can see, by tomorrow, 3:00 p.m. sunday, expecting more heavy rain around san francisco and more heavy snow along the mountain passes, many people might be driving along as they head home for the holidays or head out to visit families. otherwise, current temperatures, much colder behind the storm across the midwest and the northeast, 37 right now, new york city and finally feeling like the month of december, 31 in cleveland and, 20s, rapid city and minneapolis and texas enjoying temperatures in the 60s and 50s,
, you can see yellow towards the newark area. problem in palo alto near the stanford shopping center, on sand hill road between el camino real and arboretum, near the shopping center, flooding along sand hill road, closed both directions car hit a hydrant. they've closed off that /yyg download this free app at the apple app store and google play. >>> breaking news from concord. ag6 car smacked into a store in the last hour. amy hollyfield joins us live with a look at the damage. >> reporter: within the last couple of minutes they've boarded up the damage, no wall here any more, no dollars window, it is gone. a car smashed into this gamestop store at 4:00 this morning, in the concord strip mall at ignacio boulevard. the person in the car jumped out and stole items and then ran away. the people who work here tell us the items they stole can be traced they grabbed preowned iphones, maybe that could help lead police to these people or person. the people or person took off, they don't know fit was on foot or they had a getaway, -- they left the car that crashed into the wall, it has been
, not the 10 to 15 you had. the major impact at the airports, already the three new york city airports, newark, laguardia, and kennedy, canceled 180 flights. there will be additional cancelations when snow starts flying. a quick hitter. down by tomorrow morning. tomorrow, a sunny, chilly end to the final weekend of 2013. not the animal we had the past week, but tornadoes on christmas and big snowfalls and flooding and all kinds of wind on the jersey shore. this is a minor, minor inconvenience on the road. a bigger one at the airports. >> even if it's a quick hitter, thank you so much. we'll check in again. want to turn out to intriguing new details emerging between the dealings of president ronald reagan and two notable figures in the world. british prime minister margaret thatcher and queen elizabeth ii. what happened behind the scenes 30 years ago. duncan golestani live in london. what are we learning about the special relationship between the two countries of ours? >> good morning, t.j. politicians like to call it the special relationship and this shows how much effort the british put into
and also just outside of philly. we have seen a bit of snow in the new york city metro and also newark and la guardia. here is the heavy rain and as that drives up from the south, it is going to include quite a bit of wind. the winds could gust as high as 50 or 60 along the jersey shore and up into new york along the next several hours. 6 to 12 inches of snow and a large swath as much as a foot of snow in western parts of new york. steve, back to you. >> thank you, karl parker. the good news is it puts us all in the holiday spirit. i guess we will have an interesting spin cycle here with crystal on location. sitting here at the table, i guess we all kind of went and did what we do for the holidays. i had a good time. i went with my family. those are my cousins, the official cereal. >> patriot territory. >> where new york beats boston. san francisco 49ers and my uncle is a cardinal says fan. for that reason? >> the san diego aztecs play arizona. we don't have those interests. i had a great christmas with my family and got my aunt's lasagna which was fantastic. it was good to see everybo
in politician for 2013. let's get the scoop from anna palmer. i want to start with the mayor of newark, new jersey, cory booker. some folks have called him a super mayor. >> well, he certainly has made for himself a name on twitter, rescuing a woman from a building on fire. he is looking at a 2014 senatorial bid, and someone we'll be watching to come. >> in addition to him, the husband of gabby giffords also made the list. why did politico include mark kelly, the astronaut? >> he's going to be particularly interesting to watch as the gun debate heats up following the christmas break. he is the husband of gabby giffords, former representative who herself was a victim of a mass shooting. he's been a really vocal spokesman on this issue for gun control. they also started interestingly enough a political action committee where they're going to raise funds to support candidates who are on their political wavelengths. he says he will not run. he has not counted out a railings all together. >> we go back to the democratic convention. this is an individual that really did shine. we're talking about
to newark. even though he spenz his time in new york. >> i love cory booker. leave him alone. >> the one republican here loves cory booker. >> so now the big issue he wants to represent in 2014, he wants to run for president. 2014 you have a democratic, frank lautenberg who will be 90 in 2014. he's not said he's retiring. frank lautenberg made the biggest mistake he left the senate after three terms. he left the senate. he was miserable for two years he told everybody who asked the biggest mistake he ever made. he caught a break in 2002 when they put him back on the ballot. take a lot to get him out of there but booker could beat him. >> the e.r.a. the potential race that i'm excited about, sanford v sanford an i'm not talking about the 1891 supreme court case. i'm talking about mark appalachian trail sanford who is rumored to want to run for tim scott's south carolina '01 seat but in a too good to be true twist so does his ex-wife jenni. >> love it. >> amazing. >> it is a movie. >> i hope this happens just so we can talk about it for however long that lasts. >> is this a woody allen mov
. another non-surprise? newark mayor booker saying he will be ready for a run in 2016. one of the names being floated as a possible replacement for senator john kerry is, wait for it, ben affleck. kerry's massachusetts senate seat will be open if he is appointed the next secretary of state. no stranger to politics, affleck has been an active member of the democratic party pour ten years and recently campaigned for senator-elect elizabeth warren. yesterday he was on the hill raising awareness about the violence of the congo. also on his agenda, a meeting with the current senior senator from massachusetts john kerry. daredevil for senate. coming up, thai food was out, and chicken tenders were in. who knew presidential campaigns were so superstitious? we will dig into that and other revealing nuggets in glenn thrush's new e book coming up. sometimes what we suffer from is bigger than we think ... like the flu. with aches, fever and chills- the flu's a really big deal. so why treat it like it's a little cold? there's something that works differently than over-the-counter remedies. prescript
in the world, castaic in newark and paterson, of work there. a lot of these places. we don't talk about these places we don't talk about these places. the race through the air. making notes on all the stuff is going to write. this is an incredible moment. there being chased, the continental army. everyone is ready to give it up. to your point about the marble header's because i am listening tour when they get down to the delaware which there will soon cross, they get down to the dollar. the marble had a say, i know of a crossing, but every boat within 20 miles, get all the boats on the other side just in case we need them. that happened also when there were in new york city. we lose the time. we evacuate from manhattan to brooklyn. from brooklyn to manhattan witches' israel today. either way is illegal. you need permits. tried a couple times. when the evacuation, the same thing that happened. if he go back and look at the notes, if you look at stokes iconography, you see that the marble letters had said the beginning of the summer, can we have every single but the you have anywhere in t
political note. a possible battle royale next year in new jersey. newark mayor cory booker says he's going to decide whether to challenge republican governor chris christie, who is enjoying some sky high approval ratings. booker calls chris christie vulnerable on women's issues and the environment. chris christie is riding a wave of popularity because of how he responded to hurricane sandy. but according to a poll, in a matchup with booker, chris christie prevailed 53% to 35%. >> he's eyeing a more probable run for the u.s. senate in 2014. so clearly, we'll see how it plays out. mayor booker is just coming off of his food stamp challenge where he lived off of $31 a week in food. so he made a lot of headlines. >> the two of them have a pretty good working relationship. they've praised one another and were featured in a tongue and cheek video together, collaborating back in may. >> not a dull time in jersey politics. my home state. here's your wednesday forecast, everybody. heavy rain and gusty winds from miami to orlando. showers to the north, spreading into the carolinas. light snow in nor
. in newark, as well, san francisco, four-hour delays and fort lauderdale, as well. >> we have to leave it there. we're getting the two-minute warning and we're expecting the president to come out and formally nominate senator john kerry. we're looking at teresa hines-kerry there. she was one of the people in 2004 that created a lot of buzz and excitement during john kerry's campaign. she was one of the people that a lot of people were drawn to as well as senator john edwards that was his runningmate in 2004. she is there standing with the vice president. i want to bring in wolf blitzer. he's gone through a number of various post positions and has had quite an impact not only in massachusetts, but on the world stage. >> he certainly has. it is interesting that, of course, his wife teresa hines-kerry, is there, and the white house chief of staff. missing in this photo opportunity, though, as you well know is hillary clinton, the current secretary of state. the reason being, she is still not feeling well. she suffered a major bout of the flu. it caused serious dehydration. she fainted at
that is the chairman of the department of medicine at newark beth israel medical center and he joins us now with more. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, heather. great to be here. heather: why are more people skipping these screenings? >> i think it is a question of economy for one thing. i think the tests are costly. there is also secondarily confusion among physicians what to do, what to scan, what tests and how often they should be performed. for example, let's take breast and mammography. a lot of physicians are confused about that. mammography should be done after age 50 and up to age 74 on a yearly basis. it should be done before the age of 50, say at 40, if you in fact have a first degree relative like a mother or grandmother who has had breast cancer or you have particularly dense breasts that is just one example. the insurance companies are not readily willing or perhaps able to pay for people to get breast screenings. another one is colonoscopy. it is recommended that you have a colonoscopy for average person every 10 years, say after the age of 40. five years for flexable for sigmoid
'hare, newark, new jersey, or miami ivent national, you know it's not -- miami national, you know it's not an easy task. the bill before us allows to waive the screening requirements as well. giving t.s.a. this kiped of flexibility will allow them to free up time and resources to focus on higher risk baggage and passengers and will also make traveling easier for those coming in and out of the united states. i want to thank my colleagues on the homeland security committee, especially chairman king, and their staffs for the work they put into this bill, along with senators klobuchar and blunt for bringing this to our attention. i urge all members to vote in favor of this commonsense, bipartisan bill. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from mississippi. mr. thompson: madam speaker, i yield such time as she may consume to the ranking member of the subcommittee on transportation security on the committee on homeland security, the gentlewoman from texas, ms. jackson lee. the speaker pro tempore: the
optimism. that's what i have. >> chairman of the department of medicine at newark hospital. thank you. >> thank you for having me. gregg: a war of words erupting on capitol hill. moments ago harry reid took to the floor of the u.s. senate and blasted the house speaker john boehner a kaoutsing the speake accusing him of putting his career ahead of middle class families. >> the american people i don't think understand the house of representatives is operating without the house o representatives. it's being opted with a dictatorship of the speaker not allowing the representatives to get what they want. if the 250 would be brought up it would pass overwhelmingly, i repeat. gregg: a dictatorship. how about that? republican leadership has said it's up to the u.s. senate to act first, because the house has already passed two bills related to the fiscal cliff, so we'll wait and see what happens there. as if parking wasn't frustrating enough, one city is boosting its meter rates to become the country's most expensive place to park. would you believe $6.50 an hour? we'll tell you where. patti a
, newark, new jersey, philadelphia certainly washington, boston you're looking at rain and very windy conditions, delays should be over an hour. these heavy thunderstorms are sweeping across warwick, rhode island up into boston and northern mass you're seeing heavy snow as well as sleet and freezing rain into kingston. we'll see up to a foot in northern new england and less as you head further south. this is a very intense storm and the wind will batter regions that were already battered by hurricane sandy not too long ago. this is not good news for coastal new england. >> what's behind it, is it going to be colder? >> yes, yes, much colder. the colder air is definitely in place. temperatures in the 30s in the south. that colder air is coming in for sure. >> thanks, bonnie. >>> the winter storm targeting the northeast right now left behind a path of destruction in the south and midwest as well. tornadoes tore up parts of mississippi in pearl river county, an ef-3 force twister destroyed or damaged some two dozen homes. tornadoes also doing considerable damage to downtown mobile, alaba
.com/booktv. clark in newark ohio, good afternoon to you. >> caller: can you hear me? >> guest: we sure can. treachery senator, i sent a few things to your staff. i want to talk about good science today. did you study those in medical school? >> guest: i have. phages are in the body right now. otherwise we would swell up and die because bacteria double in size every 20 minutes. so we have good vision and bad fascia. we can reduce -- [inaudible] by 30-$40 billion per year. that's called waste. wouldn't you call it? by using bacteria fascia. sent the same information to senator barrasso is also a medical doctor. i'd like to send some information to you about the reducing of cdo cost curve for medicare and medicaid by 2%, just 2% adoption on fascia will reduce the cost curve. over in north carolina as we speak there are lawsuits. some people went to a county fair and got e. coli, et cetera, and officials there, epidemiologist said i know nothing of this. well, we have cre, -- post that i think we got the point that i think senator coburn probably has a response for you. >> guest: well, i think
in newark, that's a great son. willie, in your home state? >> they're running a charter school in east new york. they've got three of them in the city. >> it has been good in that case to see the government and the union work together. i do want to ask you one question, and not rhetorically. do you believe in a place like spring hill, tennessee, where there's a new volkswagen plant, the jobs came back but at a low wage, some of them at $12 an hour. do you think that's a good thing where they wouldn't be there even though it's a low wage? >> it's better than having the jobs in china, but those kinds of jobs eventually mean we can't have the kind of standard of living we had in this country. you know, you're not going to turn down a plant that's bringing jobs in, but, you know, what about the environmental laws? who's going to protect workers against not only the wage stuff but what about all the chemicals people get exposed to and these kinds of things in these kinds of industries? these are complicated, tough issues. i think throwing the unions under the bus is very stupid. >> harold meyer
worried for many reasons, but one that really stood out for me was a dad from newark, delaware, whose own child is struggling with mental illness and who is working hard to try and find the resources to ensure appropriate care so that someday he isn't watching with horror on the television as the tragic actions of his child unfold. we think of the story shared online of the mother in idaho terrified that her own son has the capacity to kill some day. and yet, without the ability to give him the intensive medical care, treatment and intervention she believes he needs. across this country, mental health care is a growing challenge for us, between 2009 and 2011, states cut more than $2 billion from community mental health services. two-thirds of states have significantly slashed funding in these difficult economic times leaving parents seeking help for their mentally ill children often with nowhere to turn. mr. president, we must do better for all these parents, the parents who lost their children at sandy hook elementary, the parents who lost their children who were teachers and faculty, th
at the airports through new york city. jfk, la guardia and newark. in northern new england we have the storm warnings. it looks like the snow will continue. vermont and new hampshire and picking up in intensity, but from boston to hartford through new york city, it's all rain. it will taper off from south to north. we are looking at two feet of snow across northern vermont and new hampshire and maine. the ski resorts need the snow. boston is 45 degrees and filly is down to 38. we will top out in the mid 40s today. that rain is going to taper off and back across minneapolis and chicago, a couple of light showers and the west coast finally not dealing with torrential rain, we should see at least a break, especially tomorrow from seattle into northern california. a much-needed break for that area. you are watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. [ cellphon irping ] [ buzzing ] bye dad. drive safe. k. love you. [ chirping, buzzing continues ] [ horn honks ] [ buzzing continues ] [ male announcer ] the sprint drive first app. blocks and replies to texts while you drive. we can live without the
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